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Lies and hypocrisies, Sword?!

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Yes, good advice - beware of wolves in sheeps' clothing!!

Submitted by Anonymous (Sweden), Mar 24, 2006 at 18:10

Sword, when Hind Samy quoted from the Bible (Old Testament), you asked her to quote from the New Testament, as if the Old Testament was not a part of the Christian Bible.

(Submitted by Sword of Islam, Mar 23, 2006 at 04:21:

"Try quoting the New Testament!
it would be more relevant of you to limit such quotations to the New Testament (The Christian bit!" )

It seems that Sword has a short memory. Only three weeks back he commented:

"The proper name for the Christian faith is Judeo-Christian - the Judeo part referring to Judaism (Jewish). Jesus was a Jew. He, and his followers, read from the Torah (The Scriptures). The Torah is an integral part of The Bible - Christians simply call it The Old Testament. This is why Jews and Christian are jointly called People of The Book. The 'Book' is The Torah. Characters and stories have not been changed or modified. They are the same. This is not so with the Qu'ran.

(Submitted by Sword of Islam, Mar 2, 2006 at 00:21)


Frailty, thy name is Sword!

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